NOAA reaches out to angry anglers

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The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is rolling out a series of new initiatives aimed at calming politically hostile waters with anglers who have been angered by Obama Administration policies.

NOAA hosted hundreds of anglers in Alexandria, Va., last weekend for a national summit on recreational saltwater fishing. It's an attempt to reach out to a group of more than 15 million saltwater recreational anglers that boost the economy with roughly $31 billion each year that have felt neglected by the new administration.

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